VirusBarrier X6

Version: 10.6 || Release Date: 2010-01-14 || License: Commercial with demo (€59.95) Developer: Intego | App Owner: factoryjoe

The best antivirus for Mac: protects your Mac from all known Mac viruses and malware

Only VirusBarrier X6 provides comprehensive protection from malware and network threats. VirusBarrier X6 is the only antivirus program for Mac that includes full anti-malware protection together with firewall, network protection, anti-phishing, anti-spyware features and more.

As malware changes, protection needs to be reinforced

While viruses, Trojan horses, worms and other forms of malware are a constant threat to computers of all kinds, cyber-criminals are turning to new techniques to infect and control your Mac. These new threats come silently, with little warning, over the Internet: in many cases, simply visiting a booby-trapped web page can compromise your Mac. Focusing on malware or network attacks alone is no longer sufficient to protect Macs from the dangers of the Internet.

Comprehensive protection with VirusBarrier X6

VirusBarrier X6, the latest version of Intego's network and malware security program, includes more than 100 new features. With multiple threat-detection techniques, improved methods of detection, combined detection protocols, proactive behavioral analysis, and a full range of defensive functions, VirusBarrier X6 protects Macs from all known network-based threats, as well as all known malware.

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1 Opinion

I can't stand the user interface on this application, and the system resources it requires are astronomical. And then, it won't (grr) even allow me to install on os x server. Why do they care what system I put an application on? I paid for it! If it's not supported, fine, but don't restrict me from using the software just because it's unsupported by your company. I've never used an application that does this just because it's unsupported on a system. A lot siphons down through my server - opened applications, and a lot of other stuff, for various reasons required in my network setup. Regardless, on my systems it does let me install it - purchased it and removed it.